In the wake of a search conducted on November 3, police have arrested a woman and are now seeking a man in connection with a residence in Saddle Lake.
The investigation unfolded when RCMP members were probing a stolen vehicle at a residence in Saddle Lake. During this inquiry, officers reportedly discovered a woman with outstanding warrants. Subsequent to her arrest, a search revealed a handgun in her possession.
According to RCMP, a subsequent search warrant was executed on the residence related to the stolen vehicle. This search revealed evidence of drug trafficking, including over 390 grams of suspected methamphetamine and cocaine, along with another firearm.
Tyson Hunter, 51, of Saddle Lake, is now facing an array of charges. These charges include possession for the purpose of trafficking controlled substances, possession of a weapon contrary to a court order, failing to comply with a release order condition, and several other weapons-related offenses. Hunter is currently wanted in connection with these and anyone with information about his whereabouts is urged to contact St, Paul RCMP.
Nicole Cardinal, 23, of Saddle Lake, is facing seven firearms-related charges related to her alleged possession of the handgun. Following a judicial interim release hearing, she was released from custody on a $2,500 promise to pay. Her next court date is scheduled for November 30.
The RCMP continues to investigate the circumstances surrounding the incident and is committed to ensuring the safety and security of the community.